Summer Course on Exergy and Its Applications for Better Environment and Sustainability



  UOIT residence is now available to accommodate the course participants. Please call the UOIT residence front desk at 905-728-8700 ext 8000 and use the group code Summer Course on Exergy. You can also email your reservation requirements, quoting the group code, to
Official certificates will be issued to all participants who have been registered. At least 80% attendance of the full course is required.

Welcome to the webpage of Summer Course on "Exergy and Its Applications for  Better Environment", which will be held on April 30-May 4, 2012 in the  University of Ontario   Institute of Technology (UOIT), Oshawa, Ontario. Please visit our website for regular updates.

Recently, exergy has become a new distinct discipline for system design,  analysis, optimization and performance evaluation, and its use has expanded  drastically. In this regard, exergy analysis appears to be a significant  tool in: (a) addressing the impact of energy resource utilization on the  environment and economics, (b) furthering the goal of more efficient energy  resource utilization, (c) determining locations, types and true magnitudes  of wastes and losses, (d) revealing whether or not and how much it is  possible to design more efficient energy systems by reducing the  inefficiencies, and (e) providing a sustainable development as a result of  sustainably supply of energy resources. This is a timely course to serve  academia and industry to provide further information and encourage people  working in the area of energy to conduct exergy analysis for system design,  analysis, optimization, and performance evaluation in large number of  applications including power cycles, heat networking, cryogenics, chemical  processes, distillation, desalination, and industrial and agricultural  systems. In this event, the attendees will be trained through several  lectures on exergy analysis given by the experts in this field.


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